This hotel was much cheaper than the downtown hotels while still being within a reasonable distance from downtown. There were still plenty of places around to eat and it was much quieter than downtown. The hotel was clean, the staff was pleasant and the pool was small, but never busy. There was plenty of seating in the breakfast area. We had a queen suite. The room was an acceptable size with a good sized living room/seating area. The carpets had just been cleaned and the title in the foyer and hallways looked new. The room could have used a fresh coat of paint/touch up, but the paint would not detour me from staying here.
The 30-acre Forsyth Park separates downtown from midtown. Mansions mix with modest craftsman-style homes in Ardsley Park, the city’s first suburb, circa 1911. Bonaventure Cemetery captivates visitors with its distinct sculpture, architecture, and landscape. On the Isle of Hope, one of Savannah’s island neighborhoods, a tree-lined entrance leads to the colonial ruins of Wormsloe Historic Site.